Firefox Nightly, in a recent update, started to allow users to take screen captures of the website they're on and store the captures offline or online, making them easy to share or archive.
In order to make development more nimble, and better respond to market demands, Mozilla has gotten rid of the experimental Aurora channel. Those using it on desktop will be moved to Beta.
The latest builds for Lineage OS - based on CyanogenMod - are finally available. However, they only support a handful of devices right now, with more handsets to be added soon.
Mozilla is pressing on with its UI overhaul of Firefox. Now, from version 32 onward the Options window will be moved to an inline tab by default, but don't worry, it looks like you can still revert.
Mozilla is testing a new UI for Firefox known as "Australis" which might replace the current interface in the future. The nightly builds with the new UI will be available to testers starting Monday.
Mozilla will launch an update for its standard Firefox "Nightly" version that will add support for the Metro UI, several months after Mozilla launched its first Windows 8 Metro version of the browser.
Mozilla has released Firefox 18.0a1, and while normally this wouldn't be too exciting, this time around the nightly version includes a Modern UI version of Firefox, which we went hands-on with briefly
This morning Mozilla has made version 4.2a1pre available on the Mozilla Nightly website, under their "Minefield" branding. In an effort to speed up their development cycle, we should see Firefox 5 by the last week...
Last week, information was spread that Google planned to implement proper theme support within their Chrome browser. Just recently, people have discovered, in the developer builds of the browser, that the company has built in...